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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Financial and Market News Dow Closes 10.02 Lower NEW YORK (AP) — Stock market prices, which had been climbing for most of the week, fell back sharply Friday in very light trading. Brokers said news of continuing inflation and a general move in the banking industry to a 1014 percent prime lending rate contributed to the decline. Analysts also said investors were taking a second look at the future prospects for money rates. The market’s strong gains of the previous three sessions were widely attributed to hopes that the surge in short term interest rates over the past month was at or near its peak. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials closed off 10.02 at 859.90. C.R. Markets Prices paid on the Cedar Rapids hog market Saturday were steady. Prices paid Friday for the bulk of country and plant delivered butchers weighing 200 to 230 lb., depending on grade and condition were $30.00-$30.50 Packing sows 300 lbs. down were $26.00-$26.50. Butchers 230-240 lbs. are 25c off; 240-250 lbs. are 50c off; and 75c off for each IO lbs. weight over 250. Packers are 25c off for each weight grade from 300-360 lbs., 50c off each weight grade to 500 lbs. and 75c off each weight grade above 500 lbs. CHICAGO GRAIN QUOTATIONS Furnished by Lamson Brothers WHEAT—    OPEN    HIGH LOW May ...................4.13    4.20    4.11 July ...................4.03 -4.04    4.07    3.98 September .............4.08 -4.09    4.09'/2    4.00 December .............4.08 -4.09    4.13    4 04 CORN— May ...................2.63    2.6834    2.62'/4 July ...................2.64'/2-2.65    2.6934    2.633/4 September ............2.57Va    2.62'2    2.563/4 December .............2.46'/4-2.4634    2.49    2.45' 2 OATS— May ..................1.2P/4    1.26'2    1.2P/4 July ...................1.24'/2-1.25    1.28'/a    1.2412 September .............1.27    1.313/4    1.26V2 SOYBEANS— May ...................5.58 -5.59    5.74    5.58 July ...................5.55 -5.57'2    5.70    5.55 August ...............5.53    5.67'2    5.53 September ..........5.42'/a    5.59    5.42'2 November ............5.38 -5.39    5.51    5.37'2 CLOSE PREY. CL. 4.IIV2 3.99 4.03 4.06 2.67 2.69 2.62 2.473/4 1.26 Vi 1.28'i 1.313/4 5.71 5.67' 2 5.65 5.57 5.50'2 4.12 4.03 4.05 4.07 2.62/2 2.643/4 2.58 2.46 1.21'/it 1.24 1.2534 5.60 5.54 5.45 5.45 5.37 Television Listings The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat., April 20, 1074 2—WMT-TV, Cedar Rapids 7—KWWL-TV, Waterloo 9—KCRG-TV, Cedar Rapids 3—KTVO, Ottumwa 4—WHBF-TV, Rock Island 6—WOC-TV, Davenport 8—WKBT, La Crosse IO—KROC-TV, Rochester I 2—KIIN-TV, Iowa City 13—WHO-TV, Des Moines 40—KDUB, Dubuque Saturday Night Of towel interest LATE QUOTATIONS (From Lamson Brothers) Am. Ins. Fund 4.38-4.79 Am. Rein........... .. 23'/2i24 Bandog ...... 30'/j Banks of lowa ... 23'/a-24'/j Beatrice Foods 20 Cherrv-Bur............... Conrac ......... 217 n Consolidated Foods 203,4 Executive Data Systems 2 - 234 FMC 19=8 FMIC 85s- 9' 8 Guardsman ........... 2 1/16- 2'/< Harnischfgr 29 Hawkeye BanCorp 9/4- 95n Interstate P. 15*8 lowa Electric ....... 145/8 Iowa-Ill. Gas ..... 16’ 4 John Deere 40'4 Kiddo comm. 1638 Keuffel & Esser 16 -16=4 Life Investors, Inc. 1C/4-11 LTU Corp. IO'it Maceo comm........ 22 Maytag 26'ii McCord Corp. 121b Mid-America 4 69-5 13 Mid-Continent, Inc) . 3^8- 378 Miracle . . . 3' 2- 4 Ozark 33/4 Quaker Oats 23’/* Rath 434 Rockwell 27'2 Svntex 49’ it United Fire & Casualty 19’2-20’ 2 Univar 16 Victor Corp. 77a Winnebago 7 Four Charged For Shooting at Marshal's Home KEOTA — Four men have been arrested in Keota in connection with a March 31 shooting incident in which shots were fired into the home and squad car of the Keota town marshal. Keith Wallerich. Daniel Huber, 22, Wellman, was charged with malicious injury to a building and fixtures, injury to a vehicle and terrorizing inhabitants of a dwelling. Michael Flynn, 21, Keota, was being held in the Keokuk county jail in Sigourney with Huber on similar charges. Terrence Altenhofen, 20,! 6:00 2—Action News 7_News, Weather, Sots. 9—Lawrence Welk 3—Lawrence Welk 4—Lawrence Welk 6—Mov ie— ‘•Diamond Head" 8—Lawrence Welk IO—News, Weather, Sots. 12—Folk Guitar 13—Eyewitness News 40—Roller Games 6:30 2—Farmer's Daughter 7—Untamed World IO—Victory at Sea 12—World of Animals 13—Inside Iowa 7:00 2—All In Family 7—Emergency 9—Partridge Family 3—Partridge Family 4—All In Family 8—All In Family IO—Emergency 12-Dr. Who 13—Emergency 40—Partridge Family 7:30 2—M*A*S*H 9—ABC Suspense Movie— "Night of Terror" 3—ABC Suspense Movie— "Night of Terror" 4—M*A*S*H 8—M*A*S*H 12—World's Religions 40—ABC Suspense Movie— "Night of Terror” 8:00 2—Mary Tyler Moore 7—NBC Movie— “Solomon and Sheba" 4—Mary Tyler Moore 6—NBC Movie— "Solomon and Sheba" 8—Mary Tyler Moore IO—NBC Movie— "Solomon and Sheba" 12—Firing Line 13—NBC Movie— "Solomon and Sheba" 8:30 2—Bob Newhort 4—Bob Newhart 8—Bob Newhart 9:00 2—Carol Burnett 9—Owen Marshall 3—Owen Marshall 4—Carol Burnett 8—Carol Burnett 12—Seven Seas 40—Owen Marshall 10:00 2—Action News 9—Eyewitness News 3—ABC News 4—News, Weather, Sots. 8—News, Sots., Weather 12—Frying Pans West 40—Newsline 10:15 3—News, Weather, Sots. 10:30 2—Movie— "Dead Ringer" 9—Movie— "Outsider" 3—Western Film Festival 4—U.F.O. 8—Movie— "Untamed" 12—Theater in America 40—Movie— "Dark Passage" 10:45 7—News, Weather, Sots. 6-10 O CIock Edition 10—News, Weather, Sots. 13—Eyewitness News 11:15 7—Movie— Bounty Killers" 6—Movie— "Companions In Nightmare" IO—Movie— "Little Accident" 13—Tonight 11:30 4—Outer Limits 12:00 9—wild World or Entertainment 12:30 2—Evil Touch IO—Prisoner Scherle Wants Nixon To Quit ,    /'ic• I Foot Dragging' KO/O OUSpenSIOHS Or Congress wishes President    i / •    «    I    rv    .    TF • Nixon would quit “the foot drag- /fiO/C/PCl * JOCTOr I TIO jging,” turn over all Watergate    ^    wv* f w#    t i i w tapes barring those dealing with! BOSTON (AP) - The suspen-jnot connected with the indict-inational security, so “we    can    sjon ordered against three    Bos-    ments involving the study. get it over with.    ton City hospital physicians    who    The board said it is depart- That    was    the feeling    ex-were indicted by a county grand    I ment policy to immediately sus- pressed    in    Cedar Rapids    Friday jury have been overturned by    pend any employe indicted for a by Congressman William    Scher-    the city board of health and    hos-    serious offense, subject to board Ie of Iowa’s Fifth district.    pitals.    review. The board ordered the three But d sa*dr ’ ^n ^is case, the reinstated Thursday, .saying it charges are related to medical “found nothing in these cases to    procedures that were carried j indicate that anything occurred    ou* by employes in the normal I which could be considered Hie-    Perf°rrnance of their duties. gal„ The grand jury indicted Dr. | Woman Sprays Scherle came to town to put in a plug for his former staffer, Mike Feld of Oelwein, a candidate for the Republican nomination for Second district congressman. He appeared at a recept,on Kcn„c,h ^ thiet resident in for Feld at the r0wn House. ul)ste|r,cs „n a charge o( man. ted opposes State Sen Tom sla h,cr jn dea(h of a 24. Riley (R-Cedar Rapids) for the wee|H)ld malc fetus dunng an abortion. Paint on Mona Lisa's Shield TOKYO (AP) — A young Jap- He pled innocent Wednesday, anese woman sprayed red paint and was released on $1,000 per- over a glass shield protecting sonal bond. The case was con- the Mona Usa Saturday. Police tinued to May 22.    said    the    Leonardo    da    Vinci    mas- Dr. Leonard Berman and Dr. terpiece was not damaged. Leon Sabath were indicted The physically-handicapped Columbus Jct. Rites Set for Alma J. Keil Marion Churches chicago (ap) — wheat No 2 soft red North Liberty and Scott D. Ben- Alma Jane Keil, 83, widow of Bethel Baptist 4 Co/n NNo22hteUowd2<66Nn:    nett' 18’ Kc<>ta. each WerelRov G. Keil. a resident of ala venue. The Oats No 2 extra heavy white 1.3934n. Soybeans No I yellow 5_S8' an. S40 OO-*42.00 539.00-S42 OO 538.00-S40.00 537.00-S39 OO 536.00-S38.00 536.00-S38.00 529.00-S32.00 $79.00-532 OO $31.00-532 OO S34 00-S37.00 _ CATTLE MARKET Choice and prime steers .. Choice and prime heifers Good steers Good heifers Standard and utility steers Standard and utility heifers Utility cows Commercial cows Cutter cows ....... Bulls    ____ (Yield grade 4 overfat steerY'andTheit ers are discounted 15 per cwt. and yield grade 5 are discounted SIO per cwt ) (Wasty and gobby overfat steers are S3 and SS less per IOO lbs. than regular commercial cows.) FEEDER CATTLE Friday's Quotations from Lamson Bros. Clote Prey. April    ............ 46.00    46.25 May .. *. ...    45 70    46.30 SHEEP Choice to prime shorn lambs under 105 lbs.. $38.OO-$40 00. GRAIN No. 2 yellow corn. $2 4B No. I yellow soybeans, $5 36 33 lb. oats. $1.22. Friday's prices delivered IOWA FARM EGGS DES MOINES—The Federal-State Market News Service reported prices unchanged; movement slow into retail channels. Offerings to breakers increased but dealers supplies still plentiful. Cents per dozen at farms, cases exchanged. duality and volume incentive | 31-33 Grade A large or better 3538c, mostly Butter offerings JOLIET LIVESTOCK JOLIET, III. (UPI) — Cattie 300; Steers and heifers 1.00-1.50 hiqher on limited sales; choice steers 39.75-43.75; high choice and prime 40.00; choice heifers 42 00-43.50; no canner or cutter cows. were; Roy G. Keil, a resident of a I charged with malicious injury Marion nursing center since Nolo a building. Both were free* .    ,    ... „ .. on korKj    vember of 1973, died F riday in a The charges involve the shoot- jCedar RaPids hospital. She was - 1000 Eighth Rev. Calvin Thorpe. Sunday school 9:30. Worship 10:30. Sermon: "God’s Community’’. Evening worship 7:30. Service of music. First Baptist — 2895 Four- Watergate. ing of eight 22 caliber bullets at1 born Jan. 19, 1891, at Columbus! teenth avenue. The Rev. Lyle! Th nponip understand that s i; wmj.ju; no canner or cutler cows. tL uArn,. Ar    .    ,    ,    W.    Lee.    Worship 9:30. Sunday    P    P    .I cl no ^o lTWft)MI 5    marshal    (Junction. Mrs. Kell had been a|school 10:3o.    and    the    news    about    his tax 3^2ioNibi29(ffx)oo'b No^1 °2M-300 2ib whiIe.hls wlf€; and f,ve children saleswoman, traveling for many; Grafe Baptist — 440 South |problems broke at an appropri-28 oo-29 oo    *    were inside, sleeping.    ;    years, selling ladies wear ho^nday's estimate: cattie. 1,200 windows were broken out of --the house and bullet    holes were    2:30 p.m.    at the Columbus city omaha °A?)H^LiogsST7.500;    barrows    found in the Patro1    car Parkcd    cemetery,    Columbus Junction. *foo-ws**toweri-3M95-240>fib*    jiVmm    outside as we,!    Friends may call at the Stacy- 3LM. 5££e 3ia5£3'moo2S? sows sws    .Tho four mcn were arrested    Lewis funeral    home in    Columner, some 1.00 lower,- 340-600 tbs 25 so-    Friday after two more patrol    bus Junction.    Murdoch    funeral cars and Reota Rre house1 home is in charge of local ar- steers and heifers for an adequate mar-1    ,    ,    ,    .    ,,    ,    ° ket test; majority of slaughter supply were shot up I hursday mgnt. rancements cows, these steady; feeder cattle con-    r    ,    j    m.    I £U,bv'“,tui;5' signed for Friday auction; 2 toads choice No injuries were reported. The    *    ♦    * 950-1,021 lbs heifers 41.25-42.00; utility I    ii    . ,__,    , . and commercial cows 30 00-32.50; few    men have not been charged in    Returns Home Mrs    George individual utility 32.75-33 00; canners and    _ . .    „    .    .    ° cutter* 27 00-30 50    connection with that    incident.    Reichard,    969 Fourteenth street, --returned    home Friday from Produce    V^n    A I Ipn fipfc    Minneapolis where she spent the new york produce    Tail    I    c wt? b    winter months in the home of s^'eoo'on*P fuiUvSDaAd^uafcVhOe- J240 OOO GraLlt her 8r3nds0n and family, Mr. *    1    and Mrs. John R. Miller. IOWA CITY - A $240,000    - Fifteenth street. The Rev. Don Graveside services Sunday at R- Martin. Sunday school 9:45 onH e-in mand fair Friday Whites: Fancy large 47-50. Fancy medium 39-43. Fancy smarts j Worship 10:50 and 6:30. Squaw Creek Baptist — Wil- | nomination. Scherle said there was no (question the White House is [guilty of foot-dragging on Watergate even though, he added, {“not one bit of impeachable evidence has been produced to this ' date” bv prober0 c u i i -j u r iu along with two physicians for- woman was immediately arrest-bcherle laid much of the    ,    ..    .    J HiAm^    uA„oA    merly affiliated with the hosp;- ed. The attack was an apparent I blame on the White House staff:, , ‘    , ___ ,■    r    u    a    ■    r tai on charges of illegally carry- protest of a ban on admission of i“r^iHi««i    o    ing away dead fetuS€S f°r dis‘ the handicapped to see the 470- !nnrtnrqfanH th.. liKPnnpnwc nf section. The charge was in con- year-old Italian painting, here nection with a study of the ef- on loan from the Louvre in feet of certain drugs on preg- Paris. nant women, published last; The famous lady with the June in the New England Jour- \ mystic smile had been on dis-nal of Medicine.    ^play only six minutes when the The other two physicians are!attack occurred. Dr. David Charles, now of New-:    attacker, who had a lame foundland, and Dr. Agneta Phil- right leg, shouted: “Why don’t lipson of Sweden.    you let handicapped people in?” The indictment of Edelin was Then she squirted the paint toward the masterpiece from six 4 Employes of Equity Funding In Guilty Pleas LOS ANGELES (AP members who he described as ! “political neophytes who don’t (understand the consequences of their political stupidity.” Scherle's advice to those “neophytes” is to seek out the counsel of Vice-president Ford, “who is knowledgeable in the political field.” The southwest Iowan said in his opinion the public is much more worked up over the President’s tax problems than over ate time for them to understand it even better — with the income tax deadline April 15 feet away. Officials said they banned the handicapped because they would slow the procession of visitors, who were permitted IO seconds cf viewing time each i ouI before the Mona Lisa. They had kin7-s^."T"ho-Rev: Kermit looming ahead and since thcn employes of Equity Funding Life set aside one day, May IO. for VV. Jelmeland. Worship 9. Sun- having passed. day school IO.    __ Robins Faith Bible ___          fully    adequate. De 2tC79cGraa<? A    :8    32c'    mcs,lv    68ardcentT,tV92 scSATaT af3 Score 68 grant has been awarded to Dr. tSST£S?. ^0r^o%S 5!    ‘    James    Van    Allen of the Culver- medium 18-28C, mostly 25-26c; Grade B    CHICAGO    PRODUCE    sitV    Of    Iowa large 16-26c. mostly 23 25c; C quality, CHICAGO (AP)    Butter weak; *,    .    .,    .    , dirties and check* 10-24C, mostly 18-20; ! wholesale buying onces Friday S a to The NASA research grant Will score AA 66’x- 92 A bt' used for the study of parti- small and peewees 10-24C, mostly 18-20c I S'* lower,; 93 POULTRY    I    65'*; 90 B 63. Iowa live hens, light type—prices oen- Eggs about steady; sales delivered!,    .    ,    ... erallv    unchanged Higher    end of price    warehouse, cartons    unchanged;    A    extra Oles 30(1 fields associated With range    pay sparingly. Undertone barely    large    50-53; A    large    49-51;    A    mediums steady. Demand fair tout    unaggressive.    42-44 Supply ample.    I    ____________________ Cents per pound at farms Commercial flocks    5-6C, mostly 5’sc;    small flocks 3-4c. Punched Officer; Assault Charge Ordell Newgaard. 37. of 118 Eleventh street SW, was major bodies in the solar sys- charged Saturday with assault Waterloo Hors WATERLOO— Butchers and sowrs w'ere lower. Packing plant delivery No. 2 butchers weighing 200-230 lbs. $30.25-$30.75. No. 2 sows weighing 300 lbs. $26.25-526.75. Car Hits Pole, Iowa City Man Listed Critical tem and inter-planetary space. The 59-year-old Van Allen has been head of the U. of 1. physics and astronomy department since 1951. and battery and resisting arrest after allegedly hitting a police officer. Corner    A    . of Main and Mcntzer The Rev. Sav/Q A Cl 6 CIU 3 TP Ed Bateman. Worship 9:30 and    J 7. Sunday school 10:45. St. Joseph’s Catholic — 995 Fifth avenue. The Rev. Justin A. Kane, the Rev. Martin W. Pfab and the Rev. John Casey will celebrate mass Saturday at 7 p.m. at the school, 1430 Fourteenth street, and Sunday at 7, 9:30 and ll a.m. and 5 p.m. at the church and 8:30, IO and 11:30 at the school. Marion Christian — 1050 McGowan boulevard. The Rev. Peter M. Morgan. Sunday school 9:30. Worship 10:45. Robins Church of the Brethren — 355 Second street. The Rev. Harold Justice. Sunday school IO. Worship ll and 7. Church of Christ — 1087 Gas Assu red Expo Visitors SPOKANE. Wash. (API -Federal officials now guarantee that travelers to and from the nation’s only world's fair of the decade will find adequate sup- Insurance Co. — including its the seriously handicapped to at-general counsel and its trea- tend- surer—have pled guilty to con- T^e ^oan j? daPan l3> the late French President Pompidou spiracy charges stemming from Kas ,hc second ,ime ,he pajnl. the parent firm s $2-billion in- jng bas been exhibited outside surance policy fraud case. France. Its first trip was to the Nine of the 22 persons indicted C. S. in 1962. in the case have now pled Unofficial reports say it is in-guilty. The indicted were sured for $43 million. The Japa-charged with conspiring to in- nese reportedly paid an insur-flate Equity Funding Corp. of ance fee of $214,000. America assets and profits, to-- plies of gasoline, Jack Robert- create and sell bogus policies Haitian Goat Skin son, regional director of the without real policy-holders and    .    _    . Federal Energy Office, says.    to defraud stockholders and the    Items Uuarantinea Robertson said Friday that a government.    JACKSONVILLE,    Fla.    (AP)    — combination of factors — includ-! Entering guilty pleas Friday Bongo drums, purses, wallets ing emergency allocations of in U.S. district court were Ar- and other Haitian products of motor fuel to prime route ser- thur S. Lewis, James Banks, goat skin have been placed vice stations — would ensure Lloyd Edens and Mark Lew is. under quarantine by federal and Eighteenth street. William Cain,: that Expo'74 motorists won’t be i Sentencing was scheduled tor state health officials. ?‘5l0« ^ch001 10- Worship 11 stranded.    May 13.    The danger is that IOWA CITY — A one-car traf- Fatal Crash ,    ,    NUMA,    Iowa    (AP)    -    Olin    C..      ----- tic accident early Saturday sent Bancj jr 95. Centerville, died gaard was told to leave. Instead an Iowa City business man to Saturday when his car ran off he allegedly punched one of the Iowa Hors DES MOINES (AP) (USDA).,,    ,    4    *    ,    .    ,, {,    .    .,    f    , E.*-ti ma ted receipts Friday at    I University hospitals    in critical    an Appanoose county    road    just    officers and    then    fought    when Iowa and southern Minnesota    condition    and disrupted power    west Numa.    the    Iowa    high-    they tried to    arrest    him.    The    of-    Synod) packing plants, important con-    .    way patrol said.    ficers were not hurt    smvt centration yards and buy sta-    in some    sections of    West Iowa| y ^ «    ___ tions 50,0M; week ago 33.000;    ^    pflrt    Qorajvjjje year ago 30,000. Butchers gen- •    1    k    j    ,    r\    I * J.    I*    J. orally 50-75 lower. Movement Iowa City police report that /yf £ (, Cl rf /7£V r TGC! ICTS TGC! it moderately active in most ess- a large power pole was struck    / ffJSS B0°d S°WS ^    "7    Halph.Ox-    £,*//    ^    ReQ(jy ^ and 6.3q    I    sn duucu.    May 13.    The    danger    is    that    the leather Ascension    Lutheran — 2210    ‘‘The federal government is    Arthur Lewis was vice-    may carry anthrax spores, or- Police    said    Ruth    Wilson, who    Grand avenue. The Rev. Denny    totally committed to making    president and actuary of the life    ganisms that can cause severe lives    at    the    same    address as    £. Rloake-rn?_»nd‘1°-(Expo 74 a success,” he said.    insurance firm and assistant    skin disease and death if un- Newgaard, complained of an un-j day school 8;5f    '    '    Robertson    said that beginning vice-president of its parent, treated, officials said Friday. Lutheran Church of the Res- May I, all states will begin Banks was general counsel and    - receiving 95 percent of their assistant secretary of the insur-    Vet    Jobless a^d    1972 gasoline use level plus ad-ance firm and Edens was its    W’ASHINGTON (AP) — The ditional quantities geared to the;    vice-president and treasurer,    labor department reports that wanted guest. When officers arrived, New Country points — U.S. 1-3. ford, 37, Iowa City, owner of the 200-230 lb 3p.00-30.25; 230-250 Super Cab Co. of Iowa City. lh 29.95-30.00- 250-270 lb 28.25-    £    ..    .    .    tU / . 29.25* sows 270-330 lb 26.00-26.-    *    °^ice    sa»d    the preliminary, 50* 330-400 lh 25.50-26.00. Park-' investigation showed the cause M. Steffenson. Worship 8:30 and ll. Sermons by Luther college mission    team.    Sunday companies, he added, to    receive By Val G. Corley    (interest    rate    in Iowa was 18 per-    school 9:45.    frequent reports of how    service ....    WES    MOINES (API The bill cent before lam fall when the    Chapel    rnitadMett.    a|ong    ,he    mos( ing plants—U. S. 1-3. 200-230 nlav have    been a broken tie    rod    to rewrite    Iowa credlt ,aw and    lowa suPreme court ru ,e d    Clive Cook. Sunday    school 8:45.    highways    are    faring.    When    any lb 30.50-31.00- 230-250 lb 29,75-    .    ‘    raise charge account interest    charge accounts are subject    to    Worship 9:45.    individual    station    runs    low,    he 30.15* 250-2 <0 lb 28. (5-30.00,,    ra’es will be readv soon Sen I fie states usury law with a 9    First Presbjterian    802 caid it will receive additional sows 270-330 lb 26.25-27.00; Oxford s car skidded some IOO p    ‘ rtaay    ^    Twelfth street. The Rev. Jay A.!    11    111    rtctlVi    aaamonai 330-400 lb 26.00-26.50.    feet    before    striking    the    high    ten- P McCartney (R-Charles P    *    Miller. Sunday school 9:15. supplies. -sion    utility    pole    located    west    of:City), presets.    The    prime    rate-interest that    Worship 8 and    10:30.    Sermon:; He cautioned that WE im FR'aiVX' st£hi, ii. Sunset street on West Benton McCartney is chairman of the banks' best corporate customers    "p^sbvterian r^-iSriLSf SS5T,JS*'8Sfi street    in    lowa City. The    ac-committee    charged with work-'can borrow "is now right    at    96j s™,£ "f“enth "reel •TS&'a? 2m83L*i8"*iA? to* IcideM    happened at 2:25 a.m.    ing up a    new version of the    1» percent, so that is going to    be I    The Rev. John M.    McMillan. »»JI!5. lop JUS: sow, J! io«,r;.uikI    j    ^    face,    Unified Commercial Credit Code 3 factor in our determination,” Sunday school IO Worship ll. a1 injuries. lUCCC) after the senate failed McCartney said, contending    (hurch 0( ’p„)d urrection — 2770 Eighteenth avenue. The Rev. Otto A. Zw'anziger. Worship 8 10:30. Sunday school 9:15. St. Paul’s Lutheran (Missouri over_au    increase in    motor vehic-    Mark Lewis was projects    direc-    the unemployment rate for Viet- street" The Rev ^Joh^D^Hifbe^1 les-    tor at a Beverl>' Hills    office    nam veterans jumped sharply !jr. Worship 8 and 10:30. Ser- That    factor,    combined with    where fictitious documents were    in the first quarter of the year. I mon: "Where Shall We Look I iaHici0US use    by    Washington    allegedly fabricated.    It had declined in late 1973. for Life?’’ Sunday school 9:15.    _    ..    _ First United Methodist — State of its 0\sn allocation. 1277 Eighth avenue. The Rev.(would provide most of the cush-J Glen W. Lamb and the Rev. J. j ion needed for the fair, he said. The FEO will work with oil 75 75-76 50. too 77,00; boar* 700-250 lb 26.50 77 00; 750-350 lb. 24 00-25.00 ; 35O-70C lb 25 00-25 50. ZiAondav estimate: cattle 300, hogs I,IOO Oxford suffered I chest, leg and internal SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK SIOUX CITY (AP) (USDA) — Hogs 7.000; butchers moderately active, mostly SO lower, instances 75 lower; U.S. 1-3 190-240 tb. 31 00-3) 50 sows 50-75 tower U S I-3 350-600 lb 25.75 26 75. Cattle 400. DRESSED MEATS Schaben Says He ll Disclose Finances DES MOINES (UPI) - Sen. James Schaben of Dunlap, a 10f twice in attempts to pass the version recommended by a study committee. merchants cannot break even na^“-‘6oo‘Ninth“avenucCI\Y on current charge account inter- J. Kuryluk, pastor. Song ser- conserva-tion methods are still necessary. GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS for Nun, Sports, Iookk«tp<ng, General Information and Offices Not Listed Below est maximums. Draft Bill McCartney is also chairman the five-man Pinned Under Tractor,   ________ ubcommittee    Solon    Girl    Is    Fair caMotSTa°de^oVAowV and ^’ivVr^ket Democratic candidate for gov- actually drafting the new bill SOLON — Debbie Cruse. 16. afBeef trade slow, demand fair except tor ernor, said Friday he will pub- an(f has met s*x times to work rural Solon, was in fair condi- carcasses weiQhinq under 800 lb.; demand    J    _ u    *    * .    ,    i    ^    . oood; choice steer beet steady to I OO « flisplosiirf* of his inpnmp    tiOfl    3t ^VlCFCV hOSDltcll lfl l0W3 <*0 V EARS AGO XllC SOVfi0t hiqher; choice heifer beef steady to most nan d UiatlUbure ui nib UlLUlIie    ...    a    t    j    ti    u    *    y financial holdings early    The subcommittee, although;C,ty Saturday after she was government newspaper Izvestia vice 9:45, Sabbath school IO, worship ll, Saturday. Friday, Bible study 8. United Seventh Day Brethren — 2400 Second avenue. W. Allen Bond, pastor. Worship IO, church school ll Saturday. Call .......................... (ifcuiotion-SubJcription Dept. Mon. thru Sat. I a.m to 7 p m Sundays Until 12 Noon Holidays ll a rn. to 7 p.m. Wont Ads Mon. thru Fri. 8 am. to 5 p.m. Saturday until 12 noon Display Advertising ....... 8 a.m. to 5 p m. Marion Office    _ 398 8211 398 8333 398 8234 398-8222 398 8430 3 65.50-66 OO; 800-900 lb. yield grade ,3 next week agreed on maximum interest In announcing his plans, Scha-; djarges of 18 percent on the ben also criticized Republican, first $500 owed on revolving lower, seedless bellies .so-) so (;ov Robert D. Ray, who has 51.50-1xxexi yet released a financial charge accounts and 15 percent tractor and trying to pull an-maximum interest above that odl*?r "’hen the vehicle overfigure.    ^rned. include an overturned tractor Friday tion in the hostilities” in Indo-evening.    China. Miss Cruse was driving one <TWAMS|/ffilcOUHcj(.t _ ---------- 4    .    not unanimous, has tentatively freed from being pinned under accused the U.S. of “interven- 64 00-65 00 ; 600-900 lb yield qrade 4 62 00, «««,♦    J    -    a    r    .    I    . choice 500-700 lb. heifer beef yield grades 3-4 66.00. Fresh pork cut trade fairly active, loins 14 17 lb steady, 17-20 lb 1.00-2 00 lower; picnics 1.50 lower; skinned hams steady to I 50 lower.    J    ,    . Loins load 14. lb down 68 5(1 froien ex- nnj port, 14-17 lb. 67.50-6300, 17-2Q lb. 51.50- 1101 s4 oo,- picnics 8 fb up 36 50. skinned hamsj ctati'mont Schaben said it Rav 14 17 lb 53 00. 17-20 lb. 49 50; seedless1 autitiucm. hulk ii aum ii ivujt, bellies 12-14 ib. 45 50-46 50.    j wh0 js seeking an unprece-    , . Postville beef    dented fourth term as governor.:    Re,volv'n?    a“ou.mstl    . PosTv,LLTZLp"“Fh.,(p,,,«tldoeS not release a statement,I'™>*t credjl card and other Simi-Friday quoted prices of i^ime steers ,    ...    lar department store open-end-; S41 00-$42 OO; choice steers $41 OO S42 OO; the pUDUC Will DC Completely I    \    r ^^"^^^■"sKSS-sVroS! justified in believing he has1 am>unts-tamatn.' “J"■<    something to conceal.” cows $25.00-$32.00; bulls $37.00-$39 00      I The subcommittee is expected Maximum livestock futures CHICAGO (API — Futures Friday: Live Beef Cattle April .............. June ............. Auausf ............ October ........... December ........ February April    ..... Live Hogs April ........... June ............... July ................ August ........... October ............ December .......... February ........ April ........... Close to recommend a    15 percent maximum interest    on closed- end accounts, one-time purchases of large items that are PUBLIC NOTICE    re    .    „    ;    i    i XU in I The annual    report    of    the    White    Cross    then paid off OVCT    a period ot hx7xs Society Trust    for    the    years    ending    4 30-72 hx7 xs anci 4-30-73 are available tor inspection at lime. tho Guardntu Ranir I. Tn.rt    I    rr.,    ,    .    , [he common revolving charge 33 05 37.80 39.90 39.90 39.30 40.75 41 25 39 40 frozen pork bellies Friday's quotations from Lamson Bros. aa aw    ..........    48.55a    50.05 TCK ........... ....... 49.55a    51.05 iuouxt    ..... 48 95a    50.45 February    ...V.,:......... ».10    3.42 the Guaranty Banx & Trust Company Trust Department durinq normal business hours. The reports will be available for inspection for 180 days after the date of this notice. PUBLIC NOTICE The annual report of the Smulekoff-Miller Fund is available for inspection at 97 Third Ave. S.E. durinq regular business hours by any citizen who requests it, within ISO days after the date of this publication at the office of the Smulekoff-Miller Fund at 97 Third Ave. S.E., Cedar Rapids, lowa. Leo Smulekoff, Trustee Smulekoff-Miller Fund W/nqetfy For the Finest* in Paints Free Portable TV to be given away tonight Cedar Rapids Finest Home Show Larger Exhibits...More Variety THAN EVER BEFORE Tonight mno Sun. I to 8 p.m. Hawkeye Downs FRESH from Dole's Market rn Muscatine F "    Sw##t OQ‘ '    totetoe* ISTlb. V    All you need is a salt shaker la. Qty Tomatoes grown under gloss    /Sib No I unwashed White Potatoes IOO lbs ..    $14 SO lh    $7.50 20 lbs    $2.99 IO lbs    $1.59 Strawberries ............. 69«    qt Avocado ............ 29i*a Navel Oranges 5 lb Bag ....... SN 501b Bag Fertiliser........ $3.50 All Varieties Hue Tog Seed Potatoes Bulk Garden Seed All Varieties Flower A Garden Plants Onion Plants 3 Bunches........$1.99 DALE'S FRUIT BASKETS Are the sweetest gift* Anytime Either hospital DALE'S Fruit Market Open 9 to 6 — 7 days 3338 Center Point Road NE I i ;